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Tuesday, July 14 • 10:10am - 11:00am
The Snow Day Challenge

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Mother Nature has caused an increasing number of canceled school days in the last few years, particularly in the eastern United States. In Michigan, we have seen school districts extend their school years to make up for lost days. Both staff and students often get frustrated with the increasing number of interruptions. Just because people are not physically in the building does not mean that learning has to stop. Let’s grab onto the opportunity to educate students during those days. Discovery Education offers an easy way to engage, educate and entertain students.

This session will be “all hands on deck” as we figure out the best way to put together a collection of resources that can be assigned to students that are experiencing “School Canceled” due to the weather.

A Snow Day Challenge is a short independent assignment that is issued by a teacher, principal or superintendent during a canceled school day. Typically, the challenge is designed to be a fun learning experience that keeps a student engaged during a down day. A Snow Day Challenge can be an exciting opportunity for those “days off”.

My goal it to put together a collection of up to 10 ready-made grade-level assignments that can be easily assigned during weather related cancelations. They should be designed in a way that students are excited and can’t wait to get online to complete the challenge. 

Speakers
avatar for Dave Tchozewski

Dave Tchozewski

Director of Information Technology, Jenison Public Schools
Dave is now in his 28th year in education. He is a 22-year veteran of the high school math classroom before moving into his current role as Director of Information Technology for Jenison Public Schools in Michigan. He now leads his district in providing access to appropriate technology services that positively impact teaching and learning. He strongly believes that an “engaged student is a learning student” and that technology can... Read More →


Tuesday July 14, 2015 10:10am - 11:00am
Mary Graydon Center Classroom 331 American University

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